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Morning Six-Pack: What we're reading Monday

Timothy Geithner
Adam Jeffery | CNBC
Timothy Geithner

Happy Monday and welcome to another wild and woolly week on Wall Street.

Business world bibliophiles rejoice: Crisis-era Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner finally gets to tell his story. It turns out that Geithner and others in key decision-making positions really didn't understand or foresee a lot of what was happening. Wow, who knew? (Wall Street Journal)

One other issue: Geithner recalled in his "Stress Test" book that Mitt Romney adviser Glenn Hubbard told Geithner that if the former Massachusetts governor won the presidency in 2012, Republicans would have to raise taxes. Problem is that Hubbard says Geithner isn't telling the truth. (Fortune)

Sorry Valeant and Bill Ackman, Botox king Allergan isn't digging your takeover offer. (The Street.com)

L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling has issued an apology for his racist comments that is not exactly pacifying his critics. (The Week)

"Bubble" may end up being THE buzzword of 2014, with worries intensifying over surging prices for private tech companies. (New York Post)

And finally ... Go Team U.S.A.! That relic "Made in America" label is becoming cool again. CNBC.com's Heesun Wee explains the fun new exporting trend.

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